Add Cuba to the list of the countries that has produced its own computer-animated feature. “Meñique y el espejo mágico” (“Tom Little and the Magic Mirror”) opens this Sunday, July 20th, in Havana.
Comic-Con International: San Diego is almost upon us, and the organizers have released the event’s mammoth program schedule. The madness, taking place from July 24-27, includes hundreds of panels, discussions, art demos, and screenings, with everyone from Buzz Aldrin to Betty White getting their moment to shine.
In a unique partnership with the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, a portion of digital sales of ‘Wrinkles’ will be donated to the organization.
Criterion is adding another animated to its collection: Martin Rosen’s “Watership Down.”
The first full trailer for Disney’s “Big Hero 6” is out today!
Jorge Gutierrez, the director of Fox’s “The Book of Life,” spoke at length about the film’s background and production to the website Del Toro Con. At the very least, the film promises to be the most personal and distinctive-looking major studio CG feature of 2014.
While Iranian live-action cinema has achieved vast acclaim throughout the years, the country has yet to produce an animated feature that has made a similar impact on the international scene. That may change soon with multiple animated features currently in production and rapidly rising production standards.
The first rendered image from Pixar’s new short Lava” was published today in the “LA Times.”
A tiny monster dreams through her school day.
A sketchbook of production artwork by the innovative animation director Masaaki Yuasa will be published in Japan next month.